Cyberpunk 2077 Shows Off Bustling Night City Concept Art

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Eager fans cannot get their hands on the most awaited action role-playing game, Cyberpunk 2077, just yet. However, there are tons of promotional materials that gaming fans can feast their eyes on. Thanks to the developer, CD Projekt Red, who constantly teases gaming fans with masterful clips, trailers, and concept art.

And just recently, CD Projekt Red released its concept art of Santo Domingo, one of the industrial areas located in Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City. This comes off the heels of last month’s news that the game’s release date was moved to November 19, 2020—probably close to Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X’s launch dates.

Finding Your Place in the Big City

The release of Santo Domingo’s concept art is just the tip of the iceberg, as CD Projekt Red is planning to release an art book that contains locales of Cyberpunk 2077’s gargantuan Night City.

Cyberpunk’s Twitter account recently shared some images of Santo Domingo and described it as one of Night City’s oldest districts which corporations use as a testing ground for industrial projects. In this district, denizens live in cramped megabuildings and are desperately trying to make ends meet, while hoping for something better to come their way.

It was also revealed that there will be six main districts in Night City, and each of them will have particular themes that will help players differentiate them from one another. For instance, players who choose the Corporate path life will start in City Center—a district filled with high-end skyscrapers.

Players who choose the Street Kid life path will start in Heywood, a district littered with nightclubs and bars, and are under the control of the notorious Valentino Gang.

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Suffice to say, it is intriguing how far players can explore each of the districts and interact with their residents. The player’s choices and actions would ultimately affect their place in the big city. Anyone can strive to make a name for themselves, but not everyone would certainly make it in the big city.

Cyberpunk 2077's districts promise to be a massive place filled with quests, sidequests, shops, NPCs, hazards, and other secrets that CD Projekt Red might have stashed within its nooks and alleyways. These Easter Eggs are just waiting for players to explore and discover.

Cyberpunk 2077 is set to be released on multiple platforms such as Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Microsoft Windows, Google Stadia, and Steam on November 19, 2020. In the meantime, players can satiate their RPG cravings by checking out platforms that contain hundreds of RPG games in one website.

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